Naturally Imperfect Red Berries Mix 1kg £2.50 @ Iceland
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Naturally Imperfect Red Berries Mix 1kg £2.50 @ Iceland

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Posted 29th Mar
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For smoothies,in yogurt, breakfast or desserts
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Too bad my freezer section is full of toilet paper
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Too bad my freezer section is full of toilet paper
perfect for smoothies
Yes... I normally get these for protein smoothies. They can turn a milkshake to McDonalds thickness.

But Asda / Tesco have put their prices up. So might have a look in tomorrow a bag like this will last 2 weeks.
Great for putting in your G&T.
Jenny_Star1529/03/2020 12:47

Yes... I normally get these for protein smoothies. They can turn a …Yes... I normally get these for protein smoothies. They can turn a milkshake to McDonalds thickness.But Asda / Tesco have put their prices up. So might have a look in tomorrow a bag like this will last 2 weeks.


I don't understand how and why big companies keep putting the prices up whilst making billions of pounds? How do they justify such moves... Their profits keeps increasing year on year. I say their prices need to be regulated.. The government needs to create a body to protect the public from pure greed. Same goes for utility companies too.
urinthematrix30/03/2020 09:34

I don't understand how and why big companies keep putting the prices up …I don't understand how and why big companies keep putting the prices up whilst making billions of pounds? How do they justify such moves... Their profits keeps increasing year on year. I say their prices need to be regulated.. The government needs to create a body to protect the public from pure greed. Same goes for utility companies too.


Margins are pretty tight in the food retail industry. Besides, it's a free market, they can charge what they like. I don't necessarily like or agree with it, but the country keeps electing governments who favour this approach.
MrChaunceyGardiner30/03/2020 09:56

Margins are pretty tight in the food retail industry. Besides, it's a free …Margins are pretty tight in the food retail industry. Besides, it's a free market, they can charge what they like. I don't necessarily like or agree with it, but the country keeps electing governments who favour this approach.


Agree with you. Its like we have all accepted that big companies can keep putting the prices up... And those greedy companies want to keep making more and more profits each year so keep pushing the prices up slowly.
We the public are stuck... All we are in governments eye are national insurance numbers
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